You Have My Support For Discriminating

Against Stupidity The red person from the picture above is discriminated against for reasons of stupidity, not because they’re red. It is absolutely OK to discriminate, to downgrade and to communicate your separate and right stance constantly if stupidity is the reason, because stupidity is dangerous and you are not to be expected to work… Continue reading You Have My Support For Discriminating

The arthritis of the world

In this day and age normal war of country versus country makes no sense. War today is the war of the political leaders waged on their own people. What seemed to be progress pushed us closer to enabling sociopaths and other emotionally empty or unstable, but charismatic, people to seize power in an unchallenged manner.… Continue reading The arthritis of the world

Why are taxes compulsory, but voting is voluntary?

A democratic state has two things that make it or break it: common wealth and common will. Even communist states were self entitled democratic, people’s democracy meant that it was assumed that there was a common will. However, what is strange is that everybody cares about the money much more than about the beings. I… Continue reading Why are taxes compulsory, but voting is voluntary?

You know what annoys me?

Things that don’t connect. This article has full spoilers on Arrival and Florence Foster Jenkins. We went to the movies. We had Trump in our minds. We did a weekend full of chores and decided to soothe that with the wonder of moving pictures. Twice. Saturday, Arrival. Sunday, Florence Foster Jenkins. And Trump. I wrote an… Continue reading You know what annoys me?

Donald Trump won’t do squat

Protect the system they voted against. Why the fuck is everyone whining about one dude so much? There is a system. On January Day when he will have the most awesome egogasm in his life, he’ll also enter the biggest BDSM relationship with the system that keeps the whole US joint working. And the system is the… Continue reading Donald Trump won’t do squat

When proven wrong people don’t feel enlightenment but defeat

“The Agony of Defeat”, Trevor Batstone. Emily Dinckinson wrote: Success is counted sweetestBy those who ne’er succeed.To comprehend a nectarRequires sorest need. Not one of all the purple HostWho took the Flag todayCan tell the definitionSo clear of victory As he defeated — dying –On whose forbidden earThe distant strains of triumphBurst agonized and clear!… Continue reading When proven wrong people don’t feel enlightenment but defeat